Festival Fringe Event - Press Release
Jeremiah will be performing his acoustic concert “Sounds of History” at the
Brighton Festival Fringe on Saturday 13th May 2006 at 7:30pm in the Tudor
Room of The Old Ship Hotel, Kings Road, Brighton.
of History” is a journey through the history of Britain and
the 16th Century in both words and music. Martin - with accompaniment from
Ellen Bateson - performs a unique collection of his own original songs and
includes social commentary along the way to provide a truly fascinating and
interesting insight into some of our history.
was described by Horsham Arts Fanfare Festival last year as “…fast emerging
as one of Britain’s finest meaningful songwriters” and one of the songs in
the Sounds of History collection “Sailing On”, about Irish emigration during
the Great Famine, was a finalist in the Unisong International Songwriting
Tudor Room at the Old Ship (dating back to 1554) is also a fantastic
historic setting for the show.
Martin presents the concert you have more than you bargained for – lecture,
music and lovely relaxed atmosphere as you travel through time… you hear
about Cromwell; tin mines, Tolpuddle Martyrs, crofters, the cotton industry,
card board city and even get a glimpse of the
Robert Mayfield, Blue Flash Music Trust (On Song Review).
are £6 and £5 (concessions). Doors open at 7.15 pm. Bar service and disabled
access provided. The show lasts one and a half hours plus a short interval –
just right for attending the festival fireworks afterwards.
is limited to 70 people so advanced tickets can be bought from the Dome
Booking Office or on-line at www.brightonfestivalfringe.org.uk/listings